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File imagecache.is could not find

Please help me I want to print on a CD bur when I opend the CD lable program the message appears I was used it yesterday without any issues what could be the problem



The file Imagecache.ic could not be accessed) wich will not allow me to print on disc. Please help before it all goes out the window

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The Canon Programm "CD-Label Print" has issues with Windows 7.

I solved it this way:

  1. Find the "CDLabelPrint.exe"most likely under "C:\Program Files\CD-LabelPrint"
  2. Right-Click on the File and choose Properties
  3. Select "Compatibility" and tick "Run Program ... Windows XP (SP3)"
  4. Push "OK"
  5. You should be fine now
See Picture for Details.

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How resolve The file ImageCache.ic could not be accessed Problem


The Canon Programm "CD-Label Print" has issues with Windows 7.

I solved it this way:

  1. Find the "CDLabelPrint.exe"most likely under "C:\Program Files\CD-LabelPrint"
  2. Right-Click on the File and choose Properties
  3. Select "Compatibility" and tick "Run Program ... Windows XP (SP3)"
  4. Push "OK"
  5. You should be fine now
See Picture for Details.
schlurch_1.png

Jun 02, 2010 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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Error message Imagecache.ic not accessed. Software: CDLabel Print


The Canon Programm "CD-Label Print" has issues with Windows 7.

I solved it this way:

  1. Find the "CDLabelPrint.exe"most likely under "C:\Program Files\CD-LabelPrint"
  2. Right-Click on the File and choose Properties
  3. Select "Compatibility" and tick "Run Program ... Windows XP (SP3)"
  4. Push "OK"
  5. You should be fine now
See Picture for Details.
schlurch_4.png

Jun 02, 2009 | Canon PIXMA MP210 InkJet Printer

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Error code 49.4c18


49.XXXXX ERROR
A critical firmware error has occurred.

Turn the device off and then on.
2. Try to determine whether the error
occurs intermittently, while printing, or
when turning on the device.
3. If the error appears while printing,
determine whether it occurs when
printing from a specific computer, a
specific application, or a specific file. If
all other computers, applications, or files
can print without the error, then the
problem may be only within one print job
or computer. Make sure the computer
has the most current printer drivers, or
use a generic printer driver.
4. Go to www.hp.com/support/LJP3005.
Click Download Drivers and
Software. Check for the latest firmware
image version at the bottom of the page.
If this firmware image is newer than the
one installed on the device and the
device can receive a firmware update,
download the newer firmware upgrade.
5. Try printing a job from a different
software program. If the job prints, go
back to the first program and try printing
a different file. If the message appears
only with a certain software program or
print job, contact the software vendor for
assistance.
6. If the message persists, contact
HP Support.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

May 21, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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"File ImageCach.ic could not be accessed"


The Canon Program "CD-Label Print" has issues with Windows 7.

I solved it this way:

  1. Find the "CDLabelPrint.exe" most likely under "C:\Program Files\CD-LabelPrint"
  2. Right-Click on the File and choose Properties
  3. Select "Compatibility" and tick "Run Program ... Windows XP (SP3)"
  4. Push "OK"
  5. You should be fine now
See Picture for Details.

schlurch_2.png

May 11, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP5200R InkJet Photo Printer

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Re: DVD labels won't print on my Epson R265


Hello guys.

About the problems printing CD/DVD with your Epson R265 ....................

There is nothing to do. The prg coming with the printer (PrintCD) is wrong at all and we cannot understand why the Epson Corp. has simply deleted the prg by its download site.

After tryng for a lot of solutions ........ INCREDIBLE but TRUE ..... the program Print CD coming with the previous Epson R200 is ok at 100% !

So, in conclusion, all prgs inserted onto the Epson R265 CD are OK eccept the Print CD. Don't install it from the R265 disk ! It will crash !

If already installed, delete it and install the prg Epson R200 print CD.
It will work fine and without troubles.

Repeat ... it's incredible, but true.

The prg can be downloaded searching for Epson R200 software.
If you will have troubles, let me know.

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Alignment


go to the printer settings and align the printer head

Jul 26, 2008 | HP Photosmart 8050 InkJet Printer

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Printer


A support tech at Canon suggested I try this.

find the file ImageCache.ic - I found it in application data folder in My Documents, delete it.

Uninstall CD Label Print, search for any other "CD Label Print" files or folders and delete them too.

Re-boot and re-install CD Label Print.

This worked for me. Hope it works for you too.

Cheers
OM

Dec 30, 2007 | Canon PIXMA iP4200 InkJet Photo Printer

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Data Transfer from hard dick.


fadec,
Unfortunately, this doesn't sound like a good situation, or exactly what you want to hear. It sounds like there was some corruption to a program file as it was copied to the CD during backup. That is pretty well confirmed by the fact that you can't access the data from either the CD or the copy of the CD.
About the only thing that I can suggest is to try to obtain an original copy of the program that you are using and load that. Then try to access the individual data files through the newly loaded program. You may have to copy them into the program for this access.
If the data is worth it, you might be able to contact a company that specializes in data recovery. I've never had to use one, but my understanding is that they are quite expensive. If you want me to research those costs, please let me know.
I might also suggest that you attempt to recover what the company that did this for you (to you!) charged you for the copying service. They apparently didn't do you any favors and should refund the amount to you.
Please don't beat me up on my rating just because There is no way to easily recover this data.... ;o)
Sorry, I wish there was a better answer to give you.
Ron-

Nov 17, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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